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FREE 10 keys WonderFox DVD Video Converter v4.6

Posted In Freebies, Video tools - By Techtiplib on Tuesday, September 10th, 2013 With No Comments »

The WonderFox DVD Video Converter v4.6 has been released on September 5th, 2013. There are some features added and fixed in this version.

WonderFox DVD Video Converter provides the easiest solution to convert DVD and video files. This powerful tool can help you to remove DVD copy protection and convert DVD video to any HD/SD video format. You also can use this tool as a video editor to design output video by tools: merging, clipping, cropping video or adding special effects.

Here are the new and fixed features:

1. Automatically identify languages and subtitles contained in source videos while switch display language to local language according to the location video released.

2. Support importing all popular audios to program.

3. Added latest discount information to program, you can check it by clicking “Register” button.

4. Newly added “Facebook” and “Twitter” button to the main interface.

5. Newly added tooltips.

6. Fixed the bug that a few users are unable to upgrade software after clicking update icon.

7. Fixed the error when click three output profiles: Yahoo video, Samsung Captuvate and Sony XPERIA x10.

8. Fixed error video/audio information displayed occasionally.

9. Optimized interface of “Settings”.

10. Fine-tuned program to better user experience.

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Here is the chance for you: WonderFox Soft, Inc offers a giveaway with 10 license keys of WonderFox DVD Video Converter v4.6 for Techtiplib’s readers. To get the license key just:

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– This Giveaway will end on 09/17/2013

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